Justin Trudeau spent days urging world leaders to fight back against rising anti-trade sentiments, but he says there's little risk that protectionist forces seen in the United States and Europe will spill over into Canada.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government has shot down one of first e-petitions to go before Canadian Parliament, saying it has no plans to change the restricted status of the popular Armalite AR-15 rifle.
China agrees to co-operate more closely with trading partners on its politically volatile steel exports as leaders of major economies end the G20 summit in Hangzhou, China, with a forceful endorsement of free trade and a crowded agenda that included the Koreas, Syria and refugees.
CFL pioneer, early Calgary Flames owner and Alberta’s 16th lieutenant-governor Norman Kwong, who died Saturday, will receive a public state memorial following a private funeral service Sept. 13, the province announced Monday.
When Kellie Leitch asked whether immigrants should be screened for "anti-Canadian values," it was tempting to assume prospective citizens should be handed a cup of Tim Hortons coffee, sent to a hockey game and made to at least pretend they were enjoying themselves. But Leitch has bigger worries.
Leave your fireworks at home. Food, drink and kindling materials are strictly forbidden. And don't bother bringing your heroin or cocaine. These are the warnings journalists and visitors see when they enter the G20 summit site in Hangzhou, China.